A pelletizer machine can also be called a pellet mill or a pellet press. It can be quite large or quite small; the variation in size fits in quite well within our topical study. When choosing a pelletizer machine, you may want to have an idea of the size. Do you want a big one or a small one? Large machines are used commercially to process and manufacture pellets for sale where as small machines are used in small scale productions of the same.If you are planning on producing pellets for home use only, you may consider purchasing pellet machines that would be suitable for that procedure, however, there are some other very useful key factors to consider, for instance, how bulky the machine is, how much does it cost as well as the die it uses.
There are two types of dies; these are the flat die pellet machines and the ring die pellet machines. Other than that, there is also the need to know what the pellet machine runs on. In other words, is it powered by electricity or diesel? Diesel powered pellet machines are very popular in remote areas where electricity may not be available. Therefore, if you are indeed planning on purchasing a wood pellet machine or just a pellet making machine to help you in manufacturing animal feeds directly from your farm, and hence, you aren’t accessible to electricity, diesel powered pellet mill would be the best choice. We already talked about the dies, ring die pellet machines have been said to last longer than flat die pellet machines although this usually depends on how you take care of your machine, you will find that you will be incurring more repair costs on the later than the former. Lastly, focus on your budget to determine the size or the company from which you would be purchasing your pelletizer machine from.